Short stories marking the 250th anniversary of William Blake's birth, each inspired by a quote from the great poet.
Morris and his wife visit the Holy City, but it is back home on Hampstead Heath that Morris really begins to experience Jerusalem.
By Neil Gaiman, read by Alexander Morton.
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